Not to mention Canary Wharf itself from the green spaces to the shopping paradise. During the week it's full of city buzz yet that turns to more relaxation come the weekend. There's the Idea Store to the Comedy Club, Boisdale for jazz and rum cocktails to the classic and elegant Plateau with fine food and views over Canada Square Park. The summer sees the park transformed in to an arts venue, along with the adjacent Jubilee Park, and you'll find screenings from the Royal Opera House to Wimbledon tennis. Unlike New York, Canary Wharf does sleep .. the shops open at midday of a Sunday despite a few cafes opening earlier and even though there are a few worker bees still to be found at their desks at midnight, the majority have switched off to enjoy what's on offer.
Visit: http://www.canarywharf.com/visitus/ for more information about what's on.
I've really enjoyed writing this blog, which I started up just before I left Canary Wharf for the hills of Thalwil back in 2010. Thanks for reading.
That just leaves me to turn off the London-Zurich lights ...